Financial Planning Program Online

CFP® Exam Reviews

After successful completion of the Boston University Financial Planning Program online, you will be eligible to register for the CFP® Certification Examination. The CFP® Exam is administered through CFP Board and assesses your ability to apply your financial planning knowledge.

Taking a CFP® Exam review course helps ensure that the investment you have made in your education will pay off. Enroll online or contact us for more information.

 

Keir Review

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CFP® Exam Review from Keir Educational Resources

The Keir Review includes detailed course materials, a variety of online review options to meet your schedule and learning style, as well as guidance from Keir course instructors.

Choose from the following options:

  • 10 Week Virtual Class including all required course materials
  • 5 Day Virtual Class including all required course materials
  • Live Review Class led by an instructor and including all required course materials

 


 

Dalton Review

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CFP® Exam Review from The Dalton Review®

The Dalton Review® is a comprehensive preparation plan that includes a Pre-Study Program, Live Review Classes, and Post-Study Program. Dalton offers a variety of options for review courses, including live, instructor-led eReview courses delivered from an online virtual classroom.

Choose from the following options:

  • 4 Consecutive Day eReview including course materials and access to recorded eReview lectures
  • 2 Weekend Live eReview including course materials and access to recorded eReview lectures
  • Traditional Classroom Review including course materials and access to live and recorded eReview lectures

The Dalton Review® Package allows you to sit through the review as many times as you need to until you pass the CFP® Exam.

 

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To learn more, contact an Enrollment Advisor at 617-502-8822 or complete the form below.

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